A roadmap for choosing interventions

I have worked with a lot of students- from a lot of schools- and one of the most consistent shortcomings of classroom education is how to choose interventions.  Interventions are not random.  They should not (necessarily) be based on your favorite exercises or what an awesome blog from a big name PT showed you, orContinue reading “A roadmap for choosing interventions”

Applying Knowledge vs. Retaining Knowledge

Preparing for clinical experiences is probably the hardest part of Physical Therapy (PT) school and Athletic Training Education Programs (ATEP).  Classroom learning is infinitely easier than practical application. Don’t mistake my message- I’m not saying classroom learning for PTs or ATs is easy by any means, just that learning to APPLY knowledge is much harderContinue reading “Applying Knowledge vs. Retaining Knowledge”